Yes, they’re here. Node v12 marked the first version of Node.JS where ESM support is unflagged, meaning you can start using ES Modules. It’s been a long, four year journey from defining them in the spec (June 2015!) till they could be used in Node.JS (November 2019). Why did it take so long? What were the major hurdles? What does the migration path look like? Are they really better than CommonJS Modules? What is in store for the future? And most importantly: can I start the migration? Gil Tayar, a former member of the Node.JS Modules Working Group, will try and navigate these confusing waters, and hopefully make you understand why, when, and how to migrate your Node.JS code to use ES Modules.


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Very clear

great talk